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  • Address : 8 North Main St. Rockland ME 04841

This is Georges River Land Trust.

Our goals are to conserve land, protect resources and habitat, provide recreational opportunities, promote health, and educate about the intersection of art and nature and how to be good stewards of both. Please join us.

Latest News

Marie McNeely, Director of Partnerships

Marie McNeely credits the trails of Georges River Land Trust for keeping her sane during the 2020-21 Covid pandemic. They inspired her to find out more about our organization and recently enlist, as Director of Partnerships. “I’d like to make Georges River irresistible for others to join. These days, there’s an urgent call for all […]

Return to Langlais Film

Melanie Essex, who spent time at the Langlais farm as a child and is now a year-round resident of Cushing, spent more than 150 hours in summer 2021 capturing footage from early morning to dusk, in rain, fog, and bright sunlight at the Langlais Sculpture Preserve. She observed recently-conserved sculptures in vivid hues and others […]

Garden Tour – Farewell

It is with a sense of nostalgia and immense gratitude that we have decided to suspend our annual Gardens in the Watershed Tour. We’ve had lots of fun in its 30+-year history, and shared some of the most amazing gardens in the midcoast with you. From Montville to Port Clyde, we’ve toured gardens featuring prodigious […]

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Trails & Preserves

Trails and Preserves are open!

A huge part of land trust legacy is dedicated to the notion that some of Maine’s best can be found outside – in the woods, on the water, in the fresh air. One of the big reasons we conserve land in the first place is so there will always be special spots for everyone to […]

It’s Official – The Bobolink Trail is Open!

In 2007 Georges River Land Trust set out to protect the spectacular and well-loved iconic landscape between the Weskeag and St. George Rivers, along Route 131 in South Thomaston, on the road from Thomaston to Port Clyde.

Connecting Community to Town Forests

Have you heard? Fat biking is all the rage! Our Connecting Community to Town Forests initiative is the result of a longstanding working relationship between Georges River Land Trust and the Thomaston Conservation Commission.